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involuntary

Physiol (esp of a movement or muscle) performed or acting without conscious control
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As Table 5 shows, firms that delisted involuntarily were less likely to still exist in 2010 (N = 179, 61%) compared to firms that delisted voluntarily (N = 155, 89%).
Almost instantaneously, Stocco, who wore noise-canceling earbuds and wasn't looking at a computer screen, involuntarily moved his right index finger to push the space bar on the keyboard in front of him, as if firing the cannon.
Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans is in the spotlight once again, facing reports that she was involuntarily admitted to a rehabilitation center for a week.
In the event a customer must involuntarily extend their vacation due to a controllable event, JetBlue Getaways will book the additional nights at the same hotel if available, or another hotel if the original is not available.
In total, 326 children were admitted last year - 20 of those were involuntarily - an increase of more than 50% from the 2010 figure.
Both those who gave up driving voluntarily and involuntarily reported physical illness and vision problems as the main reasons they stopped driving.
Taxpayers that own trade or business real property that is involuntarily converted and would like to take advantage of the ability to own a similar investment in a faster growing state or even an emerging market without recognizing the gain from the conversion should consider Sec.
They may be involuntarily extended until the end of their unit's deployment.
Female executives are more than twice as likely to leave their jobs - voluntarily and involuntarily - as men, according to a new study co-authored by Oregon State University business professor John Becker-Blease.
In most cases, passengers bumped involuntarily also are entitled to cash compensation of up to USD800.
1 million workers only marginally attached of unemployed and the number of involuntarily part-time workers are seasonally adjusted.
Voluntarily childless women make up a larger share of 35-44-year-olds than do women who have fecundity impairments (the involuntarily childless) or nulliparous women who expect to have children (the temporarily childless).